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We are a Roman Catholic Church, located in central Pennsylvania, in the wonderfully historic town of Muncy. Navigate through our website by using the buttons above. We hope you enjoy your visit with us. 

 

Sunday Masses: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM

Thursday: Adoration & Confession 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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Monday 9:00 AM
Tuesday 7:00 PM
Wed. 9:00 AM
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Thursdays 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
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Bible in a Year

Day 262: Miracle Worker

As we read about the many miracles Jesus performs in today's readings from Matthew, Fr. Mike asserts the objective reality of those miracles and reinforces that Jesus is truly the Son of God who has power over matter. We learn that in Jesus, we too can do things that we could never do on our own. Today's readings are Matthew 14-17, and Proverbs 19:9-12.

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Day 261: Ornate Souls

Fr. Mike explains the many parables we hear today in Matthew, including the return of the unclean spirit, and the danger of ornate souls. He emphasizes that when God sweeps the sin out of our souls, we must replace it with virtue, otherwise our souls remain empty without a relationship with God. Today's readings are Matthew 11-13 and Proverbs 19:5-8.

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Day 260: Carrying the Cross

Fr. Mike reinforces Jesus' divinity as we read about how Jesus heals people physically, mentally, and spiritually and frees them from the enemy's kingdom of darkness. Fr. Mike also encourages us to not be afraid when we experience persecution and division for the sake of Christ, but to rather courageously carry the Cross.

ersecutions. Today's readings are Matthew 8-10, and Proverbs 19:1-4.

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The Sacred Page

New Book: Paul and the Economy of Salvation

Byrne's new book presents the fruit of decades of research into Paul's teaching on salvation and from an angle that is too often neglected — Christ's return to judge and save.

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The Paradox of Discipleship: 24th Sunday in OT

We have been getting a number of rousing challenges from Jesus in the past several weeks, as our readings have followed the progress of his ministry, and Jesus repeatedly makes clear that following him is not going to be easy in any way.  This Sunday we get another challenge from Jesus to “fish or cut […]

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Sound and Light: 23rd Sunday in OT

The reality of sight and hearing are a great mystery that natural science has difficulty explaining.  Robots, of course, can be equipped with sensors to detect sound and light, and react in various ways to audio and visual stimuli.  But a robot cannot “see” or “hear” in the way that a human person does.  A […]

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